Tag Archives: male privilege

Working While Female

I am of the mindset that the American work life balance is not good for anyone. Workplace culture is a tough environment for all of us, as it expects us all, at least to some extent, to shed elements of … Continue reading

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It’s not enough to realize women are people too only after having a daughter

Everyone and their sister seem to love this Huffington Post blog post by Kelly M. Flanagan, a clinical psychologist. where Dr. Flanagan tells his four-year old daughter that she’s worth so much more than any makeup ad will let on. … Continue reading

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The Week that was for #YesAllWomen

It has been just over one week since Santa Barbara, the state of California, the US and the world were shaken by a horrible violence act. The death toll included both male and female victims but the alleged perpetrator, Elliot … Continue reading

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Thoughts on victim-blaming, it’s never good but sometimes it’s far worse than other times

I read this article recently and it made me feel uncomfortable. The author says he was wearing Google Glass in a neighborhood that’s being gentrified by Google and its employees and he was assaulted.  He talks about feeling that his … Continue reading

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On Amy Glass and Privilege

So the interwebs seem to have largely moved on from Amy Glass and her incendiary opinion post about stay at home moms, etc.  While I think it can be great that the Internet provides 24/7 news/articles and rapid responses to … Continue reading

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